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EFI Dongle

Published on August 29, 2014 by in

In order to extent our product offer we are happy to announce the release a new product aimed at recovering lost EFI / iCloud PIN  for Macbook series laptops.

Features:

  • fully upgradable solution. We have designed EFI Dongle much in the same way AIO is working. You can use the online update software to update your EFI dongle to the desired version effortless. Something wrong ? We will update it on the fly so you can get on with your work.
  • standalone complete solution; after you have updated the firmware of your EFI Dongle internet connection is not required anymore. Just plug & go;
  • complete automated solution; you don’t have to wait for you computer to see if it’s unlocked and you don’t have to guess the unlock code as other solutions as you too; more time to play, less time to waste;

Supported models & updates:

  1.         Update 1 - basic EFI password recovery (all Macbooks) This update will try to recover you EFI password in Boot mode (at boot time). It is good for recovering 4 digits codes (usually the PIN activated in iCloud). It will do so at a rate of about 3 codes per minute.  (a median recovery time of about 25 hours). How to use ?
    1. just plug your EFI dongle in the USB port of your computer and the dongle will start working trying codes from 0000 to 9999 one by one at  a speed of 3 per minute. In this configuration available in firmware V1 the total waiting time will be a maximum of 48 hours;
    2. to check what code worked after the computer has been unlock just plug your EFI Dongle into an available computer and open a text editor of your choice. Press CAPS Lock and the dongle will start displaying it’s serial number and the last successful codes;
    3. to reset the code search to 0000 you can press CTRL shift key again 3 times. If you are done you can disconnect the dongle from USB;
    4. to select a new starting value continue pressing CAPS Lock key one more time; The dongle will start displaying numbers 0000 … 0100 … 0200 …  in 100 increments. When you are close to your desired selection press CAPS Lock one more time. The EFI Dongle will then start counting backwards one by one until you reach the desired value; You can then press CAPS Lock again and the dongle will memorize the current value displayed; You can now disconnect the dongle and start a new code recovery procedure;
  2. Update 2 - designed for 13 inch normal Macbooks (iCloud) – The iCloud updates will recover you iCloud PIN in the main iCloud PIN window. It will check 5 codes at a time then automatically Reboot your computer and try another 4 codes. This is the fastest available solution out there. You can use the  efidongle update software to update your dongle, to setup the starting code and to read successfully guessed code.
  3. Update 3 - designed for 15 inch normal Macbooks (iCloud) – works in the same way as update 2 but for 15 inch models.
  4. Update 4 - designed for 13 inch Retina Macbooks (iCloud) - works in the same way as update 2 but for 13 inch Retina models.
  5. upcomming update Update 5 - degigned for 15 inch Retina Macbooks (this update will be available once we have a change to test it with your help)

Frequent questions:

Question: Why your EFI dongle does not have an LCD display to show the current code like other solutions  ?
Answer: A display costs too much and only can show you very little information (usually only the present code). We use the computer as a display witch is much better.

Question: Why is your EFI dongle much better than other available solutions for code Recovery ?
Answer: Our EFI dongle is easy to use.  Just plug in into your computer and you are ready to go. It does not require the complicated programming of other solutions on the market and comes with a very cheap price for that matter. Another important point of EFI Dongle is that is fully standalone. By standalone we mean that you don’t have to wait in front of your Macbook like other solutions. Others ask you to wait until you reach the propper code and then count clicks or led blinks to calculate the correct code. EFI Dongle frees you from this time consuming job. Just take the dongle and use the computer to make it display the good code.

Question: Why other types of codes are not supported?
Answer: We don’t support 6 digits PIN codes but we can do that too if you request us. The problem with 6 digits codes is that the amount of time required to recover your PIN is 99 x 24 hours medium time = 99 days. In this case contacting Apple to recover your PIN would be much much faster.

Question: Can EFI Dongle support other types of computers or devices ?
Answer: Yes it can, just let us know and we will be happy to add new updates to our list; In theory we can also support other types of devices like mobile phones and tablets you just have to let us know what you need.

Other details:

Pricing: 1 for 69 USD; 2 for 65 USD each; 5 for 59 USD each; 10 for 49 USD each; 50 for 39 USD each; 100 or more for 29 USD each;

Package contents: 1 pcs x updatable EFI USB Dongle, 1 pcs x 8 cm usb adaptor for added flexibility when you move your laptop

Availability & Shipping :  EFI Dongle is available from our Hong Kong stock so at least for the beginning we can only ship order from Hong Kong by DHL, Hong Kong Post/China Post/Singapore Post or EMS. Shipping by Postal services is included in the price. DHL Shipping is FREE for more than 10 pcs orders.  For less than 10 pcs orders DHL Shipping is 25 USD everywhere and EMS shipping is 35 USD everywhere.

 
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About AIO 5 models iOS 7.1 and 7.1.1 still working with old unlock method

Published on June 8, 2014 by in News, Updates

Hi, in the last few days some of our customers asked us about some models that we previously checked and can be unlocked using old unlock method. (versions older than 24) like V7 for example AIO 5.

Japan KDDI IMSI: 45404
China Telecom IMSI: 20404
Verizon IMSI:20404
China Telecom Macao: 45404
Tracfone USA: 20404
Cellular South USA: 20404
BlueGrass USA:20404
CellComm USA: 20404
Virgin USA: 316010

We hope all the settings are correct, but we can’t guarantee it will work. We just assume all this are working based on the configuration files we have studied.

 
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V27 Sasha+ for 5S/5C iOS 7.1+

Published on June 3, 2014 by in News, Updates

V27 Sasha+ is an incremental update over V27 allready released few days ago.
It will solve the SMS issues reported with V27 on some simcards.
V27 and V27 Sasha+ works only on 5S/5C iOS 7.1+
We decided to release this faster than usual because SMS is an important feature that is required for every customer.
Please report problems in using this version by commenting on this post.
In order to see the new update you need to press (keep presseed) SHIFT key on your keyboard while the software is loading.
Other way to do the full reload of server data is to delete the contents of the TMP directory located in the same place with your AIO software.

Best regards,
AIO-SIM Team

 
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V27 Sasha+ and V27 Sasha-

Published on June 1, 2014 by in Uncategorized

Hello,
we have released today 2 new test software versions in the test software.
V27 Sasha+ is an improved software version that should work better than V27 in witch we solved some communication bugs and most important the SMS bug affecting SIM type of cards (USIM type was working). V27 is also designed to let 2G data work but this does not mean will work with all simcards, only with some. The use of iRose is requires to get stable long time signal.
V27 Sasha- is the same as V27 but with SMS bug solved. No data is enabled in this update as it was not enabled in V27.

Please test this 2 updates so we can choose the best one to replace the existing V27 in general release software and solve the issues some customers are having with SMS.

Thank you,
AIO SIM Team

 
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AIO5 V27 Sasha

Published on May 30, 2014 by in Updates

We have release for the general public the latest update tested by our testing team. Thanks to Sasha for great help!

This update works in a similar manner with V24 but it has been proven working on more simcards than V24. For example it now works on Vodafone Romanian simcards that wore previously known not working using V24. If you encounter problems please report them as usual.

To load the update list again, please start the software and keep the SHIFT key pressed so the software will load all settings again. You can also delete the contents of the tmp directory and you will get the same results.

 
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AIO BETA 6 TEST software available for beta testers and V27 update for simcards not working with V24 available also for testing

Published on May 26, 2014 by in Updates

We have made a new BETA software for our beta testers. Please contact us for the download link.
It includes also new V27 fimrware update for 5S and 5C.
Also it includes a new function of reading full simcard info. This will be soon implemented in official BETA 6 for all our users.
Use this to make backups of working and not working simcards so we can solve your problems faster.

Best regards,
AIO SIM TEAM

 
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V24 released for general public, new software BETA 5 uploaded to Downloads section

Published on May 14, 2014 by in News, Updates

Hello,
we did have some successes in testing V24 on 5S and 5C phones so we decided to release it for everyone. Keep in mind that we are still working to improve on this in order to be compatible with all simcards and all networks.
We also heard you and solved a lot of bugs in the latest 7.1 BETA4 software and we replaced that one with BETA5 in Downloads section. Please download the software again.
V24 ONLY WORKS WITH new 7.1 type of update software, you will not be able to apply correct settings with older software.
Please read the recommendations for our beta testers that we have published in previous posts regarding new update V24 and how to use it.

Best regards, AIO TEAM

 
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V24 TEST firmware for Sprint 5S/5C released in TEST software and procedure for V23

Published on May 10, 2014 by in Updates

Hi,
we have just released V24 AIO 5 firmware for testing purposes.
To update the firmware list press SHIFT button while the software loads or install the software again in a different directory, if you wish.
For Sprint USA the settings are IMSI:310120 GID2: 01, leave the MNC is 3 digit checkbox checked.
1. The best way is to have the phone closed at the begining
2. insert AIO + simcard
3. power on phone
4. wait until phone is activated message is displayed
5. wait for waiting for activation message
6. press Force 2G in iRose
7. now you need to wait for few minutes (No Signal should be displayed on the phone) until phone displays “iPhone is not activated” – then you press ignore
8. after this your phone should work in receiving calls and calling, no data will be available

For V23 the testing procedure is the following
1. phone is powered on
2. press Force 2G in iRose
3. insert card + AIO
4. wait until phone quires signal and you can go into the menu
5. press Force 2G again so you can receive calls

 
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About TESTs with TEST firmwares – no incomming calls solution for 5S/5C iOS 7.1.X and test update V23

Published on May 7, 2014 by in Updates

A lot of people testing our test firmwares reported that they have no incoming calls. This seems is easy to solve. Just press “Force 2G” button in iRose (not the checkbox in our software !!!) – you need to have iRose installed already on your phone and after few seconds incoming calls will work fine. The solution should work no matter what is the update you are testing (V19-20-21)

Test update V23 is also available in the testing software, this update can also use the old settings that you have for AIO. Steps are:

- programm AIO
- press force 2G in iRose
- insert AIO + card
- wait until signal is stable
- press force 2G once again to be able to receive calls

 
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IMSI list for AIO5 Test Update V19 from Test Software ONLY

Published on April 30, 2014 by in Updates

This settings might not be valid for our normal software, are only used by the V19 updated we just released in our testing software that is not available for general public. Please use known settings for the software available for download in downloads section.

Please use this IMSI list in order to test the V19 AIO 5 update from our testing software - ONLY for V19. If you want to be part of our testing team just leave an email at the known email address.

  • Albania
    • Mobile: 2760111
    • Eagle Mobile: 2760311
    • Vodafone: 2760211
  • Algeria
    • AlgeTel: 6030111
    • Nedjma: 6030311
    • Orascom: 6030211
  • Andorra
    • mobiland: 2130311
  • Angola
    • Unitel: 6310211
  • Anguilla
    • Cabl&wi: 3654011
    • Mossel: 3650511
    • Weblink: 3651011
  • Argentina
    • Claro: 7161003
    • compala: 7161003
    • CTI: 7223101
    • Movistar: 7220104
    • Nextel: 7220211
    • Nextel2: 7222011
    • Telecom: 7223411
    • Telefoni: 7220711
    • Telfonic: 7227011
  • Armenia
    • Armentel: 2830134
    • Karabakh: 2830434
    • Orange: 2831034
    • Vivacell: 2830534
  • Australia
    • 3: 5050610 2321069
    • Optus: 5050210
    • Vodafone: 5050390
    • 3GIS: 5051570
    • AAPT: 5051470
    • Advan: 5052470
    • Localstar: 5058870
    • One: 5050870
    • OZITEL: 5050534
    • Telstra71: 5057170
    • Telstra72: 5057270
    • Telstra11: 5051170
    • Telstra: 5050134
  • Austria
    • 3Hutch: 2321070
    • A1 Telekom: 2320170 – 2320100 – 2320186
    • Barabl: 2321570
    • BobA1: 2321170
    • OneOra: 2320570
    • Teleri: 2320770
    • T-mobile: 2320370 – 2320328
    • yesOra: 2321270
    • Orange: 2320588
    • Three: 2321069
  • Aux-Airnet Airnet: 5050970
  • Aux-Depart Depart: 5050434
  • Belarus
    • Best: 2570434
    • MDC: 2570134
    • MTS: 2270234
  • Belgium
    • Base: 2061034
    • Globul: 2060534
    • mobistar: 2061034
    • Proximus: 2060134 – 2060122
    • Ortel: 2062050
  • Bulgaria
    • MTel: 2840179 – 2840189
    • Vivacom: 2840310
    • Globul: 2840510 – 2840500
  • Canada
    • BELL610: 3026104
    • Bellpacific: 3101703 – 3026103
    • Fido: 3023704 – 3023703
    • Rogers: 3027204 – 3027203
    • Telus: 3022204 – 3022203
    • MTS: 3026600
    • Virgin: 3026102
  • Chile
    • Claro: 7300304
    • Entel: 7300104
    • Entel10: 7301004
    • Movistar: 7300204
  • China
    • Mobile: 4600202
    • Unicom: 4600158
    • Telecom China: 2040438
  • Colombia
    • ColomTel: 7320014
    • Comcel: 7321014
    • Edatel: 7320024
    • Movista3: 7321234
    • Movistar: 7321024
    • Tigo1: 7321114
    • Tigo3: 7321034
  • Czech
    • Mobikom: 2300434
    • O2telefh: 2300234
    • Sprava: 2309834
    • Tmobi: 2300134
    • Vodafone: 2300334
    • Vodaf2: 2309934
  • Croatia
    • T-Mobile: 2190199
    • Croatia VIP: 2191065
  • Denmark
    • TM: 2620125
    • Demark: 2382010
    • APS: 2380534
    • Barablu: 2380734 – 2380734
    • H3G: 2380634
    • 3: 2380632
    • Telen: 2380241
    • MiGway: 2380334
    • TDC: 2380134
    • TDC2: 2381034
    • Telenor: 2387734 – 2380234
    • Telia: 2382034
    • Telia30: 2383034
  • Dominican Movil: 7321234
  • Ecuador
    • Alegro: 7400234
    • Movista: 7400034
    • Porta: 7400134
  • Egypt
    • Mobinil: 6020111 – 8920016
    • Vodafone: 6020211
    • Etisalat: 6020311
  • El Salvador
    • Claro/CTE: 7061034
    • CTE/Claro: 7060134
    • Digice: 7060234
    • Movita: 7060434
    • Telemo: 7060334
  • Estonia EMT: 2480134
  • Finland
    • NDA: 2440311 – 2441211 – 2440367
    • Sonera: 2449111
  • France
    • Bouygues: 2082136 2082015
    • BT: 2082031
    • Orange: 2080189 – 2080131
    • Bouygues20: 2082011
    • Bouygues21: 2082111
    • Bouygues88: 2088811
    • Orange01: 2080111
    • Orange02: 2080211
    • SFR10: 2081011
    • SFR11: 2081111
    • SFR: 2081031 – 2081003
    • Virgin: 2080191
  • Germany
    • T-mobile: 2620111 – 2620125 – 2620155 – 262016
    • Germany Vodafone: 2620208
  • Greece
    • Cosmote: 2020134
    • QTelecom: 2020934
    • Vodafone: 2020534
    • Wind: 2021034
  • Honduras Claro: 7080111
  • Hungary
    • T-mobile: 2163011 – 2163000
    • Vodafone: 2167000
  • India
    • Airtel02: 4040211
    • Vodaf01: 4040111
    • Vodaf05: 4040511
    • Vodaf46: 4044611
  • Ireland
    • Vodafone: 2720110 – 2720172
    • O2: 2720211 – 2720231
    • E-Mobile: 2720320
    • Meteor: 2720303
    • 3: 2720500 – 272536
  • Italy
    • Blu: 2229834
    • Elsacom: 2220234
    • H3G: 2229934
    • IPSE: 2227734
    • Telecom: 2220134
    • TIM: 2220134 – 2220195
    • Vodafone: 2221034
    • Wind: 2228834
  • Japan
    • AU Kiddi: 4540492 – 4405000 – 49040541
    • Softbank: 4402081
    • Docomo: 4401020
  • Jordan Orange: 4167711
  • Korea Telecome: 4500826
  • Liechtenstein
    • Orange: 2950211
    • Swisco: 2950111
  • Lithuania OMNITEL: 2460165
  • Luxembourg
    • Luxgsm: 2700101
    • Tango: 2707701
    • Voxmobi: 2709901
  • Macao
    • China: 4550234
    • CMT: 4550134
    • Hutchis: 4550534
    • SmartT: 4550034
  • Macedonia
    • Vip: 2940387
    • One: 2940200
    • T-Mobile: 2940102
  • Moldova Orange: 2590101
  • Montenegro T-Mobile: 2970200
  • Mexico
    • Telcel: 3340202 3340200
    • Nextel: 3340100
    • Lusacell: 3340500
  • Netherland
    • T-Mobile: 2041611
    • Reserve: 5300134
    • Vodafone: 2040438
  • New Zeland
    • Econet: 5302834
    • Nzcomunic: 5302434
    • Telecom: 5300534
    • Teltracle: 5300434
    • Vodafone: 5300134 – 5300166
    • Woosh: 5300334
  • Norway
    • Netcom: 2420211
    • Telenor: 2420111
    • Tele2: 2400768
  • Peru
    • Claro: 7161011
    • TIM: 7161011
  • Philipine
    • GB: 51502220
    • SM: 5150303
    • Sun: 5150509
    • Globe: 5150211
  • Poland
    • Era: 2600211
    • Orange: 2600311 – 2600300
    • T-Mobile: 2600200
  • Portugal
    • Optimus: 2680311
    • Vodafone: 2680111
    • TMN: 2680611
  • Romania
    • Vodafone: 2260107
    • Orange: 2261007
    • Cosmote: 2260307
    • ZAPP: 2260407
  • Russia
    • Beeline28: 2502834
    • Beeline99: 2509934
    • Megafon: 2500234
    • MTS10: 2501034
    • Telecom: 2509334
  • Saudi Arabia
    • EAE: 4200734
    • Mobily: 4200334
    • STC: 4200134
    • ZainSA: 4200434
  • Slovakia
    • T-Mobile: 2310411
    • Eurotel: 2310234
    • Orange 2310134
    • Orange UMT: 2310534
    • Orange UMT2: 2311534
    • TeleficO2: 2310634
    • Vodacom: 6550134
  • Slovenia Si-Mobile: 2934001
  • Spain
    • Movistar: 2140711 – 2140785
    • Orange: 2140333
    • Vodafone: 2140198 – 2140130
    • Yoigo: 2140401
  • Sweden
    • 3: 2400200 – 2400232
    • Telia: 2400111
    • Tele2: 2400700 – 2400782
    • Telia: 2400100 – 2400111
    • Telenor: 2400885
  • Switzerland
    • Swisscom: 2280167
    • Orange: 2280311 – 2280300
    • Sunrise: 2280200
    • Swiscom: 2280111 – 0829821
    • Sunrise: 2280211 – 2280167 – 2280203
    • Swiscom: 2280121
  • Taiwan Chungwa: 4669234
  • Turkey
    • Turcell: 2860134
    • Vodafone: 2860211
    • Vodafone: 2862034
  • United Kingdom
    • 3: 2342091 – 2342073
    • O2: 2341091
    • Orange/T-Mobile: 2343320 2343091 2343302
    • Vodafone 2: 2341590
    • O2 – 2: 2340211
    • Orange3: 2343334
    • T-Mobile/Orange: 2343091 – 2343302
    • Vectone: 2340100
  • USA
    • ATT: 3104101
    • Verizon: 2040400
    • Sprint: 3160101 – 3160100 – 3101200 – 39012100
    • Cable and Wireless Lime J: 3461401
    • T-Mobile: 3102620 – 3102605
    • Virgin: 3101200 – 3160101
    • Cricket: 2040400
    • CGI: 3113700
    • Cspire: 3112300
  • United Arab Emirates
    • DU: 4240334
    • ETisal: 4240234
  • Uruguay
    • CTimov: 7481011
    • Movistar: 7480711
  • Venezuela
    • Movistar: 7340486
    • Digitel: 7340100 – 7340200 – 7340300
    • Movilnet: 7340600
    • Telefonica: 7340400
 
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